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Thursday, February 16, 2012


Sassy Cheryl's digi-image called "Love's healing hands"represents a delightfully reminiscent feeling from my childhood.  There were some well loved items - a doll, a nightgown and a special little fork come to mind... (how odd, one's memories!)
To comply with the Digital Tuesday Challenge I pulled everything from my stash of completed backgrounds and previously colored images - and I was able to pull out this combination that coordinated sufficiently.  The background grid was stamped and embossed with clear EP and thus no designer paper was needed making it eligible for the Sassy Cheryl Challenge.  The focal image, colored with Copics, was double layered with gold and brown paper found in my scraps drawer. Twine wrapped around the bottom of the panel, a left over vinyl word sticker and three buttons were added for embellishments.   I made little tiny button eyes by punching out a circle with a 1/16th inch punch from brown paper and adding the "thread" with a white pen

IMAGES:  The focal image is from Sassy Cheryl: "Love's healing hands" and the background is made with the "Outlines" stamp by the Rubber Stamp Co.
PAPER:  Neenah Classic Crest Solar White 80# Cover Wt. used for the image panel; base CS is from my endless stash.
INKS: The image is colored with Copics: 


  1. LOVE the close up pic. Your coloring is stunning! What a fabulous card. And you're right, it certainly does bring back childhood memories. LOVE IT!
    Thanks for playing in the No Design Papers challenge this week at Sassy Cheryl's.

  2. This is adorable. Thanks for joining us at DTC.

    Maya xx

  3. aww, so sweet!!
    thanks for playing our Sassy Cheryl's challenge!

  4. I love the skill at shading, resulting n a very strong 3D effect!


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